Bristol City Council has published the latest Assets of Community Value list, also known as the Community Right to Bid. Each asset has been nominated by Bristol communities, and it stays listed for five years. Both successful and unsuccessful nominations are featured in the PDF. 

This business plan template has been developed by the Key Fund as part of a programme to increase access to social investment.

Voscur is a delivery partner in the programme and all the organisations involved are encouraged to share tools and resources through a learning network to spread good practice and increase its overall impact for VCSE groups.

This simple self-assessment tool aims to help you think about your organisation's current strengths and gaps in relation to income sustainability and the potential you may have to seek social investment.

It has been developed as part of Voscur's 2020 project to support organisational sustainability through social enterprise and social investment in the south-west.

Voscur's 2020 project is bringing together organisations like yours from around the city to learn and grow together. We’ll be providing free training and one-to-one support to enable you to assess your development needs, produce an excellent business-plan and benefit from new income sources. We’re also building up a network that will give you the chance to share your experiences, challenges and solutions with organisations from other neighbourhoods working towards similar goals.

You can read more about the project here.

Date/Time: 
Tuesday, 5 March, 2019 -
10:00 to 12:00
1 November, 2018
Jenny Wildblook

Blog written by Jenny Wildblood, Development Officer (Funding).

 

 

27 November, 2018

 

Bristol Music Trust is consulting on the future of Colston Hall, including on the venue’s new name.

The venue is undergoing a £48.8 million redevelopment and will reopen in 2019 under a new name.

17 July, 2018

The council is offering the opportunity for voluntary and community sector organisations to lease Jubilee Hall through Community Asset Transfer.

Bristol City Council is offering the opportunity for voluntary, community and third sector organisations to lease Southmead Adventure Playground through Community Asset Transfer.

This event is an information session for potentially interested organisations.

Date/Time: 
Tuesday, 26 June, 2018 -
14:00 to 16:00
18 December, 2017

 

To deliver on citizens’ high hopes during tough times, working more effectively with local voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations (VCSE) is a smart place to start. Voscur’s submission to Bristol City Council’s corporate strategy and budget consultation therefore sets out a number of ways the VCSE sector is able to play a full and meaningful role in shaping the future of our city and its citizens.

2 August, 2017

 

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